Research Office

Ladies and Gentlemen, Colleagues, and Distinguished Guests,

Good day, and welcome to the Saint Paul Institute (SPI) Research Office. As the Director of this office, it is my honor and a pleasure to stand here. I extend a very warm welcome to all of SPI’s lecturers, staff, SPI’s alumni, SPI current students, local researchers, and others from around the globe whether you are returning collaborators, new individuals joining our endeavor, or curious minds seeking knowledge, we are thrilled to have you here.

Our research office is more than just a physical space; it is a hub of innovation, curiosity, and collaboration. Here, we delve into the depths of knowledge, seeking answers to complex questions, unraveling mysteries, and pushing the boundaries of human understanding. This research office is a research center of SPI where brilliant minds come together to push what we know and what we can achieve. We are driven by a shared passion for discovery, a desire to unravel the mysteries of the world around us, and a commitment to using our findings to make a positive impact.

As we embark on this journey together, I encourage you to embrace the spirit of inquiry. Let us challenge conventions, explore uncharted subject areas, and create pathways to progress. Our collective efforts will shape the future, leaving positive influences on academia and society.

To our new researchers and scholars, welcome aboard! Your passion, expertise, and fresh perspectives are invaluable. I look forward to witnessing your contributions and discoveries. I am, the director, welcome all contributions and open to any collaboration locally and internationally for the research partnership. Let us foster an environment of intellectual curiosity, where ideas flow freely, and collaboration knows no bounds.

Once again, welcome to the SPI Research Office. May your time here be filled with inspiration, camaraderie, and groundbreaking achievements.

Thank you.

Pech Rathana – Director of Research Office

Former and Current Lecturer’s Journal

  1. Perspectives on an E-learning Platform for Higher Education in Phonm Penh City, Cambodia.
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  1. VERITAS: The Academic Journal of St Clements Education Group
    Title: THE NGO OFFICERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF A LEARNING ORGANIZATION AND WORK ENVIRONMENT FACTORS AFFECTING KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: A FOCUS ON NGOs IN PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA.
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  2. Students’ Engagement and English Performance: A Case of Undergraduate Students in the University of Cambodia.
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  1. Detection of Target Reference Points of a Hand Tractor Based on Transfer Path Analysis Technique.
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  2. The Impact of Changes in Crop-Livestock Interaction in Banteay Chmar Commune, Thmar Puok District, Banteay Meanchey Province, Cambodia.
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